The Week In ReviewBy
This is the first Week In Review post for 2010 and as I look back upon last year, I have fond memories of the progress made while blogging. I am now in my 11th month as a blogger, although I have been online with web sites for many years.
As a blogger I travel around the internet stopping at numerous places during the week to read the work of others and to share some of what I find in this ongoing weekly series. This is a form of networking that I thoroughly enjoy because it leads to meeting so many people from all over the globe. That’s pretty cool considering you never have to leave your office.
This year has just begun and there is a lot going on, not only for me, but all around the net. People are busily getting off to a great start and it shows.
The week ending January 10th 2010
Do You Need Help loosing Weight? By Rando
Hey, I am just providing the title so don’t get pissed with me.
Seriously, you know the drill, each January there are legions of people setting out to reduce their clothing sizes. A little motivation is often helpful, so think about that cruise coming up later this summer.
TrueTwit is a validation service used to avoid robots and spammers while helping you manage your Twitter followers. You can check it out at TrueTwit.com.
How to Brand Your tweets with TweetBrand By Ching Ya
This is a nice Twitter branding tool that allows you to place your Blog or Company name at the bottom of your actual Tweet instead of yielding this digital real estate to clients software like TweetDeck or Hootsuite.
10 Tips for Overcoming Your critics to Build Your Business By Frank Angelone
I met this dude over on David Risley’s guest posting, which is a prime example of how guest posting can benefit your business. Anyhow, his 10 tips piece on critics was spot on and exactly what I think about that situation as well. Check it out.
I followed his link back to his camp and found a really nice blog on technology and social networks. Swing by sometime –> Social Tech Zone
Job growth returns — then fades By Chris Isidore
The dismal U S job market continues to yield bad news as 85,000 more jobs were lost in December, bringing the 2009 totals to 4.2 million.
It is no wonder then that people are coming to the internet in search of opportunities. Families are hurting.
On the OBB
With so many new launches occurring during the beginning of this year I offer;
From the archives;
Have a great weekend everyone and Keep Blogging!